Good control is self care and aids emotional growth. It oozes from a ballerina or a pilot when landing a plane. It’s knowing when to cut your losses, learning when to keep quiet, not falling into the temptation trap, turning down the oven to avoid burning the chicken or Spanx. Bad control is not knowing when or how but saying you do anyway. It’s an anger feeder and an ego eater. It promotes loneliness and is born mostly from narcissism, insecurity and fear of losing the plot.
You Spend a lifetime feeling your way through this obstacle called life, following dreams, interesting people and creating opportunities for yourself that meet your own expectations, all whilst trying to look more confident than u actually feel right?
And what’s to stop you? How on earth would you achieve otherwise? What are your current expectations for yourself, your business? It is always good practice to write these down and then ask yourself if they realistic. If you ca
They are completely worth it. in business each year you have to set goals and achievements and you have to learn by mistakes you’ve made. So folks – if you looked back through this year, who you’ve worked for, what you have worked on, who you have worked with, where, when, how…the question is, what would you do differently? What would you not do again? How would you change it? What do you want to do next year? The answers to those questions should be written down somewhere. F
“One of the fastest growing British beauty companies worldwide. We all use a Twitter standard DM time to time right? The ethos behind mine is to determine whether my followers are interested in the music/events side of things or the Digital PR. It helps me awfully when I am engaging with my tweeps. (Yes I do engage, A lot – what’s the point of them being there if you don’t!?) A certain Mr James Greenwell of @ProtocolUK replied with an offer a girl couldn’t refuse: “Would yo
As mentioned yesterday, your business name/domain name could be the only thing that is holding you back from getting the traffic you need to succeed online. I have spoken with brand experts who believe that names should be almost a blank canvas, in which to build the image of your business upon. Some swear by a coined name that are made up of ‘halves of words joined together. I believe that any name can be fabulous, as long as it is justified with an appropriate marketing st